by Good Dog People September 24, 2020 4 min read

Itching to bring your furkid out for a nice brunch or dinner date? Want to throw a puppy meetup with all the resident dogs? Or do you just want to wind down in a comfy cafe with your furry best friend in pet friendly cafes? 

Whatever you need, these 8 amazing pet-friendly dog cafes in Singapore are sure to provide!

The Ultimate Guide to Dog Cafes in Singapore

 

1. Casa Verde

Location: 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore 259569

Nearest MRT: Botanic Gardens

After a nice walk through Botanic Gardens, what’s better than a delicious Brunch at Casa Verde. Located in the heart of the Singapore Botanic Gardens, this pet-friendly restaurant is a great pitstop for delicious all-day meals. Casa Verde’s menu includes a wide range of dishes suitable for anybody and everybody - from Singapore classics like Nasi Lemak ($15) and Singapore Laksa ($12.50), to pasta and pizza. Plus, a hearty dessert like Creme Brulee ($10) or Tiramisu ($13) is a great way to end the day. Don’t forget to bring Pidan’s Travel Bottle for Cats & Dogs so your pup can quench their thirst too!

 

2. Canopy Garden Dining and Bar

Location: 1382 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, Bishan Park 2, Singapore 569931

Nearest MRT: Ang Mo Kio

Looking for a high class dining option to treat yourself with? Canopy Garden Dining & Bar is a great place to enjoy “garden-rific” dining, especially after a nice session at thenearby Sin Ming Dog Run. Be spoilt for choice with their extensive menu of breakfast, lunch and dinner options. This includes english breakfast style options like Classic Eggs Benedict ($17) and even heavyweight meals like Beef Cheek Bourguignon ($27).

Still hungry? Top off your pup’s meal with Marie's Magical Dinner Dust Freeze Dried Raw Dog Food Topper from Stella & Chewy’s to round off the day!

    The Ultimate Guide to Dog Cafes in Singapore

     

    3. Sun Ray Café

    Location: 79 Brighton Crescent, Serangoon Gardens, Singapore 559218

    Nearest MRT: Serangoon, Kovan

    Clinching a bunch of awards for their food, tea and coffee options, Sun Ray Cafe is a cozy cafe perfect to wind down with friends, family and furkids. Their menu includes class western breakfast options like Egg Benny ($7) and Royal French Toast ($5), as well as delicious full-fledged meals like Prawn Aglio Olio ($8) and even Sirloin Steak ($10). Plus, they have a whole menu for your furry friend to enjoy - including Homemade Beef Shepherd’s Pie ($13) and even Doggie Birthday Cakes ($15-30)!

     

    4. Ah B Café

    Location: 110 Turf Club Road, Singapore 288000

    Nearest MRT: Sixth Avenue 

    Spacious and clean, Ah B Cafe is perfectly placed for a fun family day with your pup. With a huge dog run area outside, as well other pet-related services in the area like a puppy swimming pool, grooming center and cat safari, your pup is sure to be spoiled for choice for their after meal activities. Most importantly, Ah B Cafe includes appetizing japanese options like Smoked Duck Ramen ($18.80) and Chuka Hotate Sushi ($6.80). Their menu also includes healthy food for dogs like their japanese-style Pork Bentos ($9.80) and Pork Broth ($2.80). If your dog is getting a little restless, they also sell dog toys and dog biscuits!

    The Ultimate Guide to Dog Cafes in Singapore

     

    5. I.N.U Café & Boutique

    Location: 530 Balestier Road, Monville Mansions #01-06/07, Singapore 329857

    Nearest MRT: Toa Payoh, Novena

    With free parking at Zhongshan Mall from 12-2 pm on weekdays and for any 2hrs on weekends and public holidays, there’s no reason not to visit I.N.U Cafe. Bright and comfortable, I.N.U Cafe offers delicious Asian favourites like Sweet and Sour Pork Rice ($13.80)  and Mee Goreng ($13.80). Their all natural dog food menu doesn’t disappoint either with Baked Liver Bites or Waggies Bites ($6.90) for starters and Salmon Patties aka the Salmon Woofiesburg ($11.90) for mains. They also sell tasty puppy-friendly ice cream ($5) and cheesecakes ($2).

     

    6. Lola's Café

    Location:5 Simon Rd, Singapore 545893

    Nearest MRT: Kovan

    Less than a 5 minute walk from Kovan MRT station, Lola's Cafe is tucked away in its own slice of paradise along Simon Road. Lola's stance that "You must have with you everyone and anyone that matters for maximum enjoyment." also extends to your puppers, featuring a dog friendly outdoor area. Try their Bangers & Mash ($11.00) or Honey Paprika Crispy Wings ($10.00) for starters, their Prawn Aglio Olio ($18.00) or Duck Leg Confit with Truffle Mash ($18.00) or their Speciality Cold Brew ($7.00) to quench your thirst. Don't forget to bring some tasty treats for your little pupper too!

    The Ultimate Guide to Dog Cafes in Singapore

     

    7. Canine Café Singapore

    Location: 12 Jalan Gelenggang, Singapore 578192

    Nearest MRT: Yio Chu Kang

    Opened by the Canine Wellness & Rehab Centre and located right next to their hydrotherapy centre, you can be sure this cafe knows what it’s doing. Featuring western delights like the Magnum Breakfast ($18.50) and even fusion dishes like Spaghetti Goreng ($14.50), Canine Cafe’s wide variety of food and drink options are great for lunch dates with friends. Their Create Your Own Furkid Menu ($6.90 - 8.90) is also popular with pups with sensitive stomachs as it combines your pick of protein and vegetable options perfectly steamed to your pup’s tastes. After a food-coma inducing meal, treat your pup to a comfy nap in their new Petty Man Pet Stroller Dog Pram!

     

    8. We Are The Furballs Bugis

    Location: Bugis+ #07-07, 201 Victoria St, Singapore 188067

    Nearest MRT: Bugis 

    Don’t have a furry friend of your own just yet? Or just want to hang out with a bunch of dogs? Give We Are The Furballs a try! One of the first dog petting cafes in Singapore, We Are The Furballs is a great way to get to know pups of all breeds. For just $10.90 per 1.5 hours on weekdays and $12.50 on weekends, you get a free drink and the chance to play with adorable Corgis, Dachshunds and Pitbulls. Just make sure to make reservations ahead of time and bring your kid’s identification as children under 10 are not allowed into premises. 

      

    Just like us, our furry friends deserve a great night out once in a while! Treat them to delicious pet-friendly delights at these cozy cafes, and celebrate their milestones. Most of all, spending some quality time with your pup is the best way to unwind and relax on the weekends.

     

       

       

       

       


        Tammi ChngTAMMI CHNG
        Tammi writes articles about anything from data analytics to animal health, and loves doing the occasional craft. But most importantly, she loves hanging out and doing photo-shoots with her dog. 

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